It's 2022, and every child starting school in Victoria has just been given a 'Prep bag' including a literacy and numeracy brochure advising parents to help children work out difficult words by saying, “Look at the pic...
Exceptional teachers would earn up to $130,000 a year under a new model proposed by the NSW Government, designed to stem attrition rates and attract high achievers into the profession.
Teachers coming to Australia from overseas will have their visa applications prioritised in an effort to address the teacher shortage gripping schools across the country.
An instruction revolution has swept through a Catholic school archdiocese spanning the ACT and NSW, with teachers and principals discarding long-held pedagogy and hooking into the science of learning.
Dr Selena Fisk is a data storyteller: and she wants all educators to share the same title. Aware that many teachers and school leaders don’t know how to make sense of the data they’re collecting, let alone how to use it to inform their practice or decision making, Fisk works with schools to detan...
Is there a better way of assessing the vital skills and capabilities that students will need to thrive in their lives beyond school?
It was the first weekend of the Victorian school holidays and Traralgon was packed.
Hungry for a dose of intellect, research and connection, every month around 15,000 Aussie educators – or one in 20 – tune in to Oliver Lovell’s The Education Research Reading Room (ERRR) Podcast to get their fix.
There is no shortage of articles about how teachers are stressed, due to their complex jobs and high workloads.
This Friday, state and federal education ministers will meet for the first time since the federal election.
Twenty-nine-year-old Kamilaroi man, Corey Tutt OAM, knows firsthand that pursuing a career in STEM is an uphill battle for young Indigenous Australians.
The 9th Annual STEM Education conference, taking place on 26-27 July 2022, will assist educators, government and industry to create valuable partnerships to prepare students with STEM skills for future employment.
Whether it’s a lesson on artificial intelligence or quantum computing, St John’s Anglican College is constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation – and it’s partly thanks to the pioneering minds of teacher Sharon Singh and her colleagues.